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|BBC News - Thousands flock to 'malware museum'|
|Washington Post - What does artificial intelligence see when it watches political ads?|
|Wired - Take a Trip to a Time When Viruses Still Called You Names|
|Techaeris - The Internet Archive Opens Malware Museum|
|Washington Post - CNN loves Donald Trump Fox loves Hillary Clinton and it is all less strange than it sounds|
|PBS - A new, free tool that is like x-ray glasses for political ads|
|Engadget - Political TV ad archive preserves lies for the ages|
|Venture Beat - The Internet Archive's new project preserves political TV ads so journalists can see who's lying|
|Boing Boing - Brewster Kahle remembers Aaron Swartz: an open source life|
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